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Elsie is a little girl who is in a home already crowded with other girls without parents. She is to be taken in by Miss Amanda, a dressmaker. Miss Amanda lacks warmth. Toys are out of the question. Elsie wants a doll and she finds one in the potato bin. Few children today know the experience of finding toys using scraps of cast off materials and a good imagination. I've looked for information about the author but haven't found anything. I'd love to know if any other of her stories survive. The... Topics: orphan, audio book, children's stories, Christmas, Woodbury Source: www.storyspieler.com
byGloucester Co., N.J. [from old catalog]; Garrison, Joseph Fithian, 1823-1892. [from old catalog]; Wilson, James, esq. [from old catalog]; Frelinghuysen, Frederick Theodore, 1817-1885. [from old catalog]
Topic: Woodbury, N.J. Soldiers' monument. [from old catalog]
imdb: A newspaper publisher (Emory Parnell) is being blackmailed by a burlesque queen (Joan Woodbury), and he sends one of his reporters (William Tracy) to talk to her. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: comedy, William Tracy, Bety Compson, Joan Woodbury
This is part of a series of Hamilton and Wenham, Massachusetts, oral histories of the towns, produced by William Heitz and Edmund Josephs from 1986 through 1995. It was originally taped on February 27, 1993. It was converted to .m4v format by library volunteer Robyn Luna and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Sarah Lauderdale, Head of Reference at Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, on Monday, November 30, 2015. Our thanks to William Heitz for permission to upload this content to the Internet... Topics: Auriela Woodbury, Aurelia Woodbury, Blanche Day, Edmund Josephs, Hamilton-Wenham's Times Past
byProduced by Monogram Pictures, Directed by Jean Yarbrough
A Monogram re-make of the 1935 Monogram movie, The Mystery Man (http://archive.org/details/Mystery_Man_1935) with different actors. A brash newspaper man is framed for murder but manages to expose the real killer and find his dream girl. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Frank Albertson, Joan Woodbury, Dick Elliott, Byron Foulger, murder mystery
A woman desperate for some quick cash sells her life and agrees to die in exchange for the money to provide her brother a needed operation. Topics: Rose Hobard, Michael Whalen, Stanley Fields, Joan Woodbury
These songs were recorded in the fall of 1986 at WFBE in Flint, MI. WFBE was in the Central High School building on Crapo St. Bruce Stedron was the Chief Engineer on this project. To the best of my knowledge, this was the original Need. If anyone has more info, contact Aaron at the Flint Underground Music Archive. "Research" was also aired on WFBE that same year on Kenny Roberts' show. Phil and Kenny were the first to have a night show on that station. Frank was a very mysterious... Topics: Dan Russell, Frank Woodbury, Phil Hines, Flint, The Rub, Dissonance
Heather Woodbury joins Heather Gold, Kevin Marks, and Deborah Schultz to talk about culture, the social web, and performance art. Topics: Digital, Heather Woodbury, Installations and Performances, Performance art, social media, culture
Heather Woodbury joins Heather Gold, Kevin Marks, and Deborah Schultz to talk about culture, the social web, and performance art. Topics: Culture, Digital, Heather Woodbury, Installations and Performances, Performance art, social media
Exhibition of paintings and sketches by Charles H. Woodbury, Saint Botolph Club, Boston, February twenty-seventh to March eighteenth, inclusive, nineteen hundred and five. Topics: St. Botolph Club, Saint Botolph Club, Woodbury, Charles Herbert (1864-1940)
Sejam todos muito bem-vindos ao primeiro JPC Cast. No podcast de hoje, Marcelo Zaniolo (@celo_zaniolo) e Diego Lokow (@Lokow) julgam os livros “O Pacifista”, de John Boyne, e The Walking Dead, dos autores Robert Kirkman e Jay Banansinga. Topics: comentarios, jpc cast 001, livrocast, o pacifista, the walking dead o caminho para woodbury
This paper presents a conceptual model that casts teachers' thinking and their practice at the heart of mathematics education reform. Data were collected about each of the interrelated parts of the conceptual model and concerned four teachers from two high schools and their principals. The four teachers' case stories with descriptions of a class that the researcher observed extensively for each teacher are described. Findings indicate that the teachers in this study had a strong sense of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Case Studies, Educational Change, High Schools, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics...
The original Guide to Educational Resources was published by the Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development as part of an instructional system, "The Educational Information Consultant: Skill in Disseminating Educational Information (1971)". The resources included in this updated Guide are geared for the Educational Information Consultant (EIC). Selections are not intended to duplicate titles typically found in the educational reference section of a good public or... Topics: ERIC Archive, Directories, Educational Research, Guides, Information Scientists, Literature Guides,...
There is a need for a universal classification system for a library largely of education and education-related materials that is logical, concise, flexible, mnemonic and easy to use, as well as consistent with the educational theories, issues, and practices of today. The FWL (Far West Laboratory) Library Classification System is designed to meet these criteria. For instance, a letter classification is used because it is more concise (26 letters vs. 10 digits) which allows related materials to... Topics: ERIC Archive, Classification, Dewey Decimal Classification, Education, Instructional Materials,...
Reel NsightEpisode 28The Walking DeadSeason 03 Episode 16Welcome To The Tombshttp://reelnsight.blogspot.com/This podcast is a part of The Android Realm. Find out more at http://theandroidrealm.blogspot.com/. Topics: twd, the walking dead, amc, zombie, apocalypse, woodbury, governor, rick grimes, game of thrones,...
Objective check-flight booklets were developed and tested in the presolo and basic-instrument stages. Reliability coefficients were computed from successive independent check rides on 100 students graded by the existing check-flight forms. The ride-ride reliability was not increased by the new objective forms. It was concluded that the complexity of the new forms made them impractical for routine use. More than 1 check flight should be given to provide reasonably accurate prediction. Topics: DTIC Archive, WILCOXON, HARDY C., JOHNSON, WOODBURY, GOLAN, DAVID L., NAVAL SCHOOL OF AVIATION...
It is no secret that the United States is falling way behind in world educational rankings. In 1995, the United States ranked 1st in the world for college graduates however, its ranking dramatically fell in 2005, earning 15th place (Woodruff, 2008). According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, most states earn a grade of C, D, or F when it comes to preparing college graduates for the workplace (2008). It is going to take a drastic overhaul of the United States educational system in order to... Topics: ERIC Archive, Community Colleges, College Admission, Language Fluency, English (Second Language),...